If a Jewish person accepts Yeshua as the Messiah, do they stop being Jewish?
Messianic Jews are Jews who have accepted Yeshua (Jesus) of Nazareth as the promised Messiah of Israel and Saviour of the world, and maintain Jewish
identity and worship style.
The articles below address these and other related questions.
Freedom from the Sinai Covenant, By Elie Nessim
There is a move in Messianic circles to affirm that the New Covenant of
Jeremiah 31:31 is merely the Sinai Covenant renewed. The Covenant has changed; the Torah has not.
From the MJAA web site-
The Standard for Messianic Jewish Revival
STATEMENT OF FAITH of the MESSIANIC JEWISH ALLIANCE OF AMERICA
and the INTERNATIONAL ALLIANCE OF MESSIANIC CONGREGATIONS AND SYNAGOGUE
Who is a Jew?
An Orthodox Jewish man considers the age-old question of what it really means
to be a Jew.
American Jewry Needs A Boost
The long-awaited National Jewish Population Survey shows that American Jewry
continues to fall victim to intermarriage and assimilation - but that day school and yeshiva enrollments are growing dramatically.
Ancient Messianic Synagogue Seal
A Messianic Seal from the Christian church in ancient Jerusalem believed to have
been created and used by the Jewish believers who called themselves Nazarenes.
Dabru Emet (Speak the Truth)
A JEWISH STATEMENT ON CHRISTIANS AND CHRISTIANITY
THE PLACE OF RABBINIC TRADITION IN MESSIANIC JUDAISM
By DR. MICHAEL. L. BROWN 1988 UMJC CONFERENCE THEOLOGY FORUM
Who's Fooling Who?
A response to an anti-missionary flyer